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Final Shots. Conference USA hoopsters vie for a shot at post-season glory as the BOK Center, 200 S. Denver Ave., hosts the C-USA 2013 Championships. Men's quarterfinal action tips at noon. The women start at 11am at the Tulsa Convention Center. Action continues through March 16. Ticket info at bokcenter.com.
Always leave them laughing.Late night TV watchers might have seen him perform on The Late, Late Show with Craig Ferguson. But bringing his brand of nerdy humor into primetime will be Will Marfori at The Loony Bin, 6808 S. Memorial Drive, Ste. 234. Shows are at 8pm and 10:30pm. Ticket info at loonybincomedy.com. You can also catch the show March 14 and March 16.
Don't Be Green With Envy. If there's a little Irish in everyone, Tulsa will be filled with plenty of spirit(s) to celebrate St. Patrick's Day Weekend. Expect huge tents near the Blue Dome itself near 200 S. Elgin Ave. for a St. Patrick's Day Celebration featuring a jam session with some of Tulsa's top musical talent, including Dustin Pittsley, Wink Burcham and many others. Visit arniesbar.com for more information.
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Roots Music. Downtown Bartlesville will deliver American folk band Pokey LaFarge and the South City Three at the Hilton Garden Inn ballroom, 205 S.W. Frank Phillips Blvd., with the show set for 7pm. Jazz, ragtime and some western swing are all part of the band's distinct sound. For ticket info visit okmozart.com.
Free Your Mind (For Free). Meditation is about "quieting the mind and connecting the spirit," according to organizers of Monday Night Meditation at Peach of Mind Books, 1401 E. 15th St., with the inaction to begin at 5:30pm.
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Admire the skill and grace of professional hoopsters as the Tulsa 66ers take on the Bakersfield Jam at SpiritBank Event Center, 10441 S. Regal Blvd., with tip time at 7pm. For ticket info visit spiritbankeventcenter.com.
Write Now. Fans of fiction and poetry won't want to miss a Margaret Atwood discussion panel hosted by the Tulsa Night Writers, with the event starting at 7pm at Martin Regional Library auditorium, 2601 S. Garnett Road. Panelists, including Michael Wallis, will discuss Atwood's treatise on writing itself, Negotiating with the Dead: A Writer on Writing.
To the Gallery.
Test your eye for art at an opening reception for the "Tulsa Progressive" exhibition at Savage Art Gallery, 2205 E. 6th St., as the gallery continues to focus on celebrating the work of local artists.
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